- Urinary incontinence, urgency, overactive bladder
- Constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, faecal incontinence
- Dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse), lack of orgasm
- Painful menstruation, ovulation pain or midcycle pain
- Vaginal and cervical prolapse
- Postnatal rehabilitation: perineal pain, haemorrhoids
- Physiotherapy after prostatectomy
After structural causes are ruled out (such as many torn muscles or ligaments), physiotherapy leads to an improvement or often cures the patient completely which allows to avoid surgery. In many European countries physiotherapy is obligatorily recommended before deciding to do a surgery.According to international standards pelvic floor physiotherapy should also be recommended always after a surgery to strengthen and prolong its effects.